A user-generated content website for analyzing contemporary propaganda in all its many forms, this website offers an ever-changing collection of digital media artifacts, lesson plans and activities for high school and college students
Every day news images flood our print publications, digital spaces and social media apps. Why do some become iconic and unforgettable?
Media literacy educator (and lifetime NAMLE member) Frank Baker wants “to help today’s media-saturated students realize the lengths that political consultants will go to get (and keep) our attention.
Resource Link: Campaign Ads: Helping Students Find the Truth Description: If politicians have a “license to lie” in campaign advertising, how are our students going to know who and what […]
The News Literacy Project (NLP) is an innovative national educational program that mobilizes seasoned journalists to work with educators to teach middle school and high school students how to sort […]
Learn how to decipher fact from fiction in a program sponsored by the Press Club of Long Island and Hoftstra University on October 27 @ 6:30pm, featuring a news-gathering and […]